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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

This is amazing and makes my head hurt to think of all the work and squinting that went into it

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Jul 7Liked by Stained Page News

this is incredible

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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

Uow! Great job, really impressive:))

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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

Ep 8&9, on the shelf with Joy of Cooking is Cooking at Home by David Chang and Priya Krishna.

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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

I said GOD DAMN! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

Barkan was super-excited when he found out about this.

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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“ 😍

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Jul 8Liked by Stained Page News

Wow! Just wow! Impressive props, impressive list, impressive sleuthing.

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Thanks for the list. As for the show, I liked the first season a lot. The other day I started season 2 and then stopped during the basement monolague by the cousin. I was thinking about the"purpose" of the scene....... So I then I binged the whole season of Silo (and then bought the books). Does Bear 2 get better (more like Season 1) and should I just fast forward through the Richie's search for a purpose? It was starting to remind me of a play an old boyfriend wrote...mulling over the life of being a man.... And the opening music was just bad, in my opinion. The Show Goes On by Bruce Hornsby & The Range may be ironic and whatever, but it is not worth the pain and gagging. Wiki says of the song: featured in Ron Howard's 1991 film Backdraft, as well as the pilot episode of Baywatch.......[Apologies if I have insulted any fans of the music or the artist(s)] ...WAIT, I forgot this post was about cookbooks (and the show forgot it was about a restaurant).

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If the books were chosen to speak to his personality and considering that there are books as recent as sweet enough, and books for cooking as homely as Ina Garten, I missed Sal, Fat, acid heat by Samin Nosrat…

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